Originally Posted by MontanaRifleman
Not a chance... this is the best shootin' rifle I've ever had. It's a keeper
I think it to be true; the only interesting rifles are the accurate
I should add that I've treated two several rifle barrels with Gun Juice. I'm pleased with the results and have no concerns I'm damaging the performance of my barrels. The fluid is so thin (less viscous than water) and it takes so many shots to completely coat the bore that there is very little coating layed down on a per shot basis. Your bores will collect much less fouling, clean up much quicker, and the coating layed down in the bore is, I believe, providing weather and corrosion protection to the bore.
You can absolutely tell during the clean treat clean treat process that the bore is being coated and there will be less fouling and easier cleaning by the time you're done.
You might even enjoy a velocity increase like I did with my 300 Win Mag.
It is time consuming though, due to the repeated clean bore, treat, shoot once, clean bore, treat, shoot once... repeated 20 times - process.